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People appreciated the night generally (even those who didn’t get dates out of it) and we avoided any awkward goodbyes. That’s a matching algorithm that has it’s diversity quota met. At the end of the night, we took people’s numbers and messaged everyone with contact info. What if we could adopt a multitasking approach and get many people in a room at once? Sure, there was a risk that we would create undue competition for ourselves by bringing together 5 single guys and 5 single girls. So why in this case were people impressively punctual?In the current online dating system the answer is no. We could, very possibly, walk away empty handed and watch our matches go home with each other. Very simply, you lost an advantage by showing up late.Tinder and Hinge help you throw more darts at more targets, but it’s not clear that you are more likely to hit the target with any one dart.With such little information to filter off of the surface-level messaging norms, the likelihood that you throw a bullseye is impressively low.
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